Nearly 1,400 people participated in 100 Miles in May and 873 of you who reached 100 miles or more. GREAT work – we are so proud of you everyone who got active this May! To learn more about 100 Miles in May, click HERE.
As for the 100 Miles in May winners, we are awarding the top-5 individuals who have the highest total miles and the top team who had the highest average miles per participant.
We will announce the total money raised for Healthy Futures through the Challenge and recognize support by sponsor level once we’ve received all the donations. We’ll also post this on our website in the near future.
Thanks to all who are helping empower Alaska’s youth to build the habit of daily physical activity and making our inaugural online challenge such a success!! And thanks again to R&M Consultants, Inc. for their continued support and partnership!
Top Team: Chain Reaction Cycles Alaska with average of 456 miles/user! Way to ride your way to the top!
Remaining teams in the top-10 list (in order of highest miles/user) include:
Golder Associates Inc.: 216
Scenic Foothills: 195
St. Clairski: 191
CRW Engineering Group, LLC: 185
PND Engineers, Inc.: 183
Knapp Family: 176
The Libby Group: 159
Silverman Dental: 157
Top 5 Individuals (total miles):
Will Ross: 801
Brendan McKee: 786
James Stull: 754
Heather Campfield: 706
Amber Stull: 693
The other notable milers in the top-10 include: Brian Looney: (654), Nate Bannish (610), Tom Willetts (602), KJohnson (575), and Tabatha Peterson (525).
And, just for fun, here are the ten teams with the highest total mileage:
CRW Engineering Group, LLC: 48 participants, 8,879 miles
R&M Consultants, Inc,: 63 participants, 8,628 miles
ANTHC Wellness Warriors*: 92 participants, 7773 miles
DOT&PF, Central Region*: 53 participants, 7,041 miles
HDL Engineering Consultants: 50 participants, 6,948 miles
Active Soles Performance Footwear: 58 participants, 6,517 miles
PND Engineers, Inc.: 31 participants, 5,671 miles
Providence Health & Services Alaska: 66 participants, 5,561 miles
GCI: 46 participants, 5,219
PDC Engineers: 40 participants, 4,677 miles
Congratulations everyone – impressive numbers! As a reminder, the website is still open to browse the leaderboards so go check out where you stand if interested. Thanks to all who challenged themselves this May and are promoting wellness in our wonderful community, being positive role models to our youth, and supporting a great cause. Well done!